Godey's Lady's Book and Magazine, April, 1864, Volume LXVIII, (Volume 68), Philadelphia, Louis A. Godey, Sarah Josepha Hale, 92 pages
GODEY'S DOUBLE EXTENSION COLORED FASHION-PLATE. Containing six figures --- KEEPING COMPANY, engraving --- NAME FOR MARKING & A TIDY IN CROCHET, Printed in colors.
A Drum "Minor" (Illustrated) --- A Few Friends, by Kormah Lynn --- A Ghost Story, translated from the French, by Mrs. Annie T. Wood --- Alphabet of Fancy Letters (Illustrated) --- Aumoniere Girdle (Illustrated) --- Autograph Bedquilt (Illustrated) --- Breakfast Cap (Illustrated) --- Caps (Illustrated) --- CLOAKS, DRESSES, MANTILLAS, TALMAS, ETC.: [[[Children's Fashions (Illustrated); Dinner-dresses (Illustrated); Robe Dress (Illustrated); The Albueran, from Brodie (Illustrated); White Pique Jacket (Illustrated)]]] --- Coiffure for a Young Lady (Illustrated) --- Coiffures (Illustrated) --- Collars (Illustrated) --- Corsage en Mousseline (Illustrated) --- Corselet a Bretelles (Illustrated) --- Crochet Tulip Bag (Illustrated) --- Design for a Card-Box (Illustrated) --- EDITORS' TABLE, containing: [[[A New Poetess; Bible Photographs of Women; Deaconesses; Errata; Hints about Health; Letter Writing; Mrs. Somerville; My Beautiful Lady; Orthography; The Autograph Bedquilt; Vassar College]]] --- Embroidery, Inserting, etc. --- Evening Coiffure (Illustrated) --- Faith --- Fashions --- Friendship's Whispers, by Annie M. Beach --- Gentleman's Crochet Silk Braces (Illustrated) --- Godey's Arm-Chair --- Good Temper --- Harlequin Toilet-Table Mat (Illustrated) --- Headdresses (Illustrated) --- Initial Letters for Marking (Illustrated) --- Initial Letters for Netting (Illustrated) --- Initial Monograms (Illustrated) --- JUVENILE DEPARTMENT (Illustrated), containing: [[[Flowers from Fruit; Fruit Figures; Miscellaneous Amusements]]] --- Keeping Company, by Mary Forman (Illustrated) --- Literary Notices --- Love of Life --- Marriage Customs in Germany --- Names for Marking (Illustrated) --- Music - There 's a Joy for the Heart in this Meeting, by James M. Stewart --- Nature, translated from the German by W. S. Everett --- Neck-tie for a Lady (Illustrated) --- Needlework Envelope (Illustrated) --- New Embroidery Patterns (Illustrated) --- "Nobody to Blame," by Marion Harland --- Novelties for the Month (Illustrated) --- Our Musical Column --- RECEIPTS, ETC.: [[[Advice to Housekeepers; Spiced Beef; To Make Pea Soup; Carrot Soup; To Crisp Parsely; Rump of Beef Stew; Loin of Mutton Roasted; To Stew a Loin of Mutton; To Mash Parsnips; To Fricassee Parsnips; Pulled Bread; Maccaroni; Sauce for Game or Poultry; Melted Butter; Onion Sauce; Egg Sauce; Water Cakes; Composition Cake; To make Cream Pancakes; Queen Cakes; Kentish Fritters; A Plain Cake; Rice Blancmange; Cheese Cream, a Plain Family Way; Cocoa-nut Pudding; To Make a French Pudding; Apple Souffle; Vermicelli Pudding; To Extract Grease from Silk; To Clean Silk; To Remove Ink from Mahogany; Tooth Powder; Milk Lemonade; To Prevent Contagion; A Cheap Filter; A Good Remedy for Blistered feet; cheap ink for common use; For Warts; Lip Salve; Wine Cakes; Nice Soda Cakes; Improvement in Starching]]] --- Rural or Suburban Residence (Illustrated) --- "She hath Done what she Could," by S. Annie Frost --- Sleeves (Illustrated) --- Spring Style Collar and Sleeve (Illustrated) --- Stanzas to ...., by A. G. P. --- Starlight, by A. Z. --- The Casket of Temperance, by Willie E. Pabor --- The Contented Mind, by Mary W. Janvrin --- The Cultivation of Flowers --- The Family Drawing Master (Illustrated) --- Tidy in Crochet (Illustrated) --- Two Poems to a Sleeping Infant, by a Doting Parent --- Uncle Hugh, by Rose Wood
Pages were scanned from a full year bound edition of the magazine. View the Table of contents for January to June, Volume LXVIII, here: http://www.archive.org/details/TableOfContentsGodeysVolLxviiiJanuaryToJune1864